New technology allows individuals to create guns at home. Individuals can use a computer-numerically-controlled mill or download the schematics for a gun and then use a 3D printer to make a fully-functioning gun. Additionally, some essential component pieces of firearms, like partial receivers, can be readily purchased, allowing an individual to then construct a gun within a few hours. Within current state and federal laws, the creation of these weapons and the purchase of component parts can take place without a background check or registration.
Support the ATF's proposed rule to classify ghost guns the same way as any other deadly firearm and require a background check prior to the purchase of these parts and equipment. Complete our comment form to quickly send a public comment to the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
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